Sunday, July 28, 2013 , Updated 8:00 a.m., August 1, 2013
Dahlgren Duck will open its inventory warehouse to designers the first Thursday of every month
The company is now accepting shopping appointments for August 1.
Dahlgren Duck is the place to go for luxury goods. Whether you’re supplying dinner service supplies to the private jet and yacht community or serving as a one-stop shop for clients seeking the whole design package for private residences, destination clubs, and the hospitality industry, if you’re a designer in the market for luxury goods, you’re probably familiar with Dahlgren Duck.
What you might not know is that Dahlgren Duck, in addition to their Decorative Center showroom in the Dallas Design District, has a 23,000 square foot outlet and distribution center where they store their sample and overstock inventory.
While the outlet center is typically open to Dahlgren Duck contacts, starting next Thursday, August 1, the outlet will be open to designers and the public from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. by appointment only. The plan is to open for the same amount of time each first Thursday.
All you have to do gain access is make an appointment with Marilyn by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Then, you’ll stop by the outlet at your designated time to browse a wide selection of inventory including linens, cookware, flatware, barware, kitchen accessories, glassware, and small appliances.
Featured brands include All Clad, Cuisinart, Riedel, Christofle, Villeroy & Boch, Peacock Alley, and many more.
Sound good? You know what to do. And if you can’t make it this month, stay in touch with the folks at Dahlgren Duck for information on the next first Thursday!
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